Category Archives: Biking in Japan
Irishman HUGO FITZPATRICK likes riding on the left side of the road. DON’T HURRY THE JOURNEY Exploring the Land of the Rising Sun by bicycle Great web design and pictures.
Will’s fascinating blog adds a lot of colour and texture to his Length of Japan tour.
Here is the map > http://www.chu-rin.jp/map
Analogous to “Les plus beaux villages de France”, Japan also has an Association of The Most Beautiful Villages in Japan. The association is active on enhancement and protection of Japanese rural heritage, cultural fairs & branding and promotion of regional, national and … Continue reading
Mr & Mme Chastet from France pass by Izumi today on their tour of Kyushu. Unfortunately we are not at home to welcome them. And the cranes aren’t either. Maybe a mutsugoro mudfish cake at Okasan’s shop will comfort them. … Continue reading
Freedom and convenience Exercise as you travel Get from A to B a lot faster than walking Access to remote places Opportunity to stop when you want Regularly meet people Environmentally friendly Travel lightly Very sociable Gain respect and admiration … Continue reading
Sunday 27 March we head out with the local cycling club for some hanami riding around Lake Kogawa. Fully enjoying the early spring sun and the beauty of the winding lake shore road lined with sakura trees. We spread our … Continue reading